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Paweł Ceranka
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Better way to get design sign-off.

We are putting together a little something that implements the design sign-off practices in a service. I love it and hope you are going to like it too ;)

http://www.looksgood.design/

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Meet Cantoni & Crescenti and their magical installations. Wow!

Hey, 
question about mappings. E.g., to close window I can <c-w>q. I thought that it would be nice to map <c-w> to :bd. How should I go about it? nnoremap <c-w>w :bd<CR> doesn't seem to do the trick.

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Nice business card!
How about a Terminal-window-themed  business card? :D
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Some students at MIT have created cubes, without any visible moving parts, that can self-assemble into larger structures. I know what I want for Christmas now! :-) 

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Oh Pluto. . . ; )
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Hey, 
I have an app on heroku (the free plan) and regularly get Application Error on media files uploads from django admin. I use S3 for serving static&media. What is the best way to upload files to S3 directly via django admin? Or maybe there is some other way to mitigate this problem (withot adding dynos)?
Thanks guys!

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whatda... ?!
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Hey guys, 
one of those things that you need some grasp of django internals which I still lack. I'm testing a blogging app zinnia (http://django-blog-zinnia.com/). With DEBUG = False I get my website without static assets (locally, this I can understand), with DEBUG = True, it's ok with static, but translations don't  work i.e. website is not rendered in my chosen language. Why? Anyone so kind to explain?:) 

A newbie here. I'm trying to get my head around the git terminology, so sorry for my lack of precision. My local setup looks like this: 
dir_one/
    .git
    [...]
    dir_two/
        [files]
What I would like to achieve is to have only the [files] in my (remote) repo without them being contained in dir_two/, i.e. now I have dir_two/[files]. Is there a clean way to do it, or maybe there are some reasons I shouldn't do it? ;p
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